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TILESTACHE-SEED(1)					      General Commands Manual						TILESTACHE-SEED(1)

NAME
tilestache-seed - seed a single layer in your TileStache configuration SYNOPSIS
tilestache-seed [options] zoom... DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the tilestache-seed command. tilestache-seed seeds a single layer in your TileStache configuration. No images are returned, but TileStache ends up with a pre-filled cache. Bounding box is given as a pair of lat/lon coordinates, e.g. "37.788 -122.349 37.833 -122.246". Output is a list of tile paths as they are created. Configuration, BBox, and Layer options are required. REQUIRED OPTIONS
-c, --config file Path to configuration file. Required. -l, --layer layer Layer name from configuration. Required. -b, --bbox south west north east Bounding box in floating point geographic coordinates. Required. OPTIONS
-h, --help Show summary of options. -p, --padding padding Extra margin of tiles to add around bounded area. Default value is 0 (no extra tiles). -e, --extension extension Optional file type for rendered tiles. Default value is "png". -f, --progress-file file Optional JSON progress file that gets written on each iteration, so you don't have to pay close attention. -q Suppress chatty output, --progress-file works well with this. -i, --include-path Add the following colon-separated list of paths to Python's include path (aka sys.path). -d, --output-directory Optional output directory for tiles, to override configured cache with the equivalent of: {"name": "Disk", "path": <output directory>, "dirs": "portable", "gzip": []}. More information in http://tilestache.org/doc/#caches. --to-mbtiles Optional output file for tiles, will be created as an MBTiles 1.1 tileset. See http://mbtiles.org for more information. --from-mbtiles Optional input file for tiles, will be read as an MBTiles 1.1 tileset. See http://mbtiles.org for more information. Overrides --extension, --bbox and --padding (this may change). --tile-list Optional file of tile coordinates, a simple text list of Z/X/Y coordinates. Overrides --bbox and --padding. --error-list Optional file of failed tile coordinates, a simple text list of Z/X/Y coordinates. If provided, failed tiles will be logged to this file instead of stopping tilestache-seed. --enable-retries If true this will cause tilestache-seed to retry failed tile renderings up to (3) times. Default value is False. -x, --ignore-cached Re-render every tile, whether it is in the cache already or not. SEE ALSO
tilestache-render(1) AUTHOR
TileStache was written by Michal Migurski <mike@stamen.com>. This manual page was written by David Paleino <dapal@debian.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). Nov 10, 2010 TILESTACHE-SEED(1)

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map::slippy(n)							 Mapping utilities						    map::slippy(n)

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NAME
map::slippy - Common code for slippy based map packages SYNOPSIS
package require Tcl 8.4 package require Tk 8.4 package require map::slippy ?0.3? ::map::slippy length level ::map::slippy tiles level ::map::slippy tile size ::map::slippy tile valid tile levels ?msgvar? ::map::slippy geo 2tile geo ::map::slippy geo 2point geo ::map::slippy tile 2geo tile ::map::slippy tile 2point tile ::map::slippy point 2geo point ::map::slippy point 2tile point _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
This package provides a number of methods doing things needed by all types of slippy-based map packages. API
::map::slippy length level This method returns the width/height of a slippy-based map at the specified zoom level, in pixels. This is, in essence, the result of expr { [tiles $level] * [tile size] } ::map::slippy tiles level This method returns the width/height of a slippy-based map at the specified zoom level, in tiles. ::map::slippy tile size This method returns the width/height of a tile in a slippy-based map, in pixels. ::map::slippy tile valid tile levels ?msgvar? This method checks whether tile described a valid tile in a slippy-based map containing that many zoom levels. The result is a bool- ean value, true if the tile is valid, and false otherwise. For the latter a message is left in the variable named by msgvar, should it be specified. A tile identifier as stored in tile is a list containing zoom level, tile row, and tile column, in this order. The command essen- tially checks this, i.e. the syntax, that the zoom level is between 0 and "levels-1", and that the row/col information is within the boundaries for the zoom level, i.e. 0 ... "[tiles $zoom]-1". ::map::slippy geo 2tile geo Converts a geographical location at a zoom level (geo, a list containing zoom level, latitude, and longitude, in this order) to a tile identifier (list containing zoom level, row, and column) at that level. ::map::slippy geo 2point geo Converts a geographical location at a zoom level (geo, a list containing zoom level, latitude, and longitude, in this order) to a pixel position (list containing zoom level, y, and x) at that level. ::map::slippy tile 2geo tile Converts a tile identifier at a zoom level (tile, list containing zoom level, row, and column) to a geographical location (list con- taining zoom level, latitude, and longitude, in this order) at that level. ::map::slippy tile 2point tile Converts a tile identifier at a zoom level (tile, a list containing zoom level, row, and column, in this order) to a pixel position (list containing zoom level, y, and x) at that level. ::map::slippy point 2geo point Converts a pixel position at a zoom level (point, list containing zoom level, y, and x) to a geographical location (list containing zoom level, latitude, and longitude, in this order) at that level. ::map::slippy point 2tile point Converts a pixel position at a zoom level (point, a list containing zoom level, y, and x, in this order) to a tile identifier (list containing zoom level, row, and column) at that level. REFERENCES
[1] http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Main_Page KEYWORDS
geodesy, geography, latitute, location, longitude, map, slippy, zoom map 0.3 map::slippy(n)
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